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Therefore the sage desires what (other men) do not desire,








Source: THE TAO AND ITS CHARACTERISTICS
Category: PART II.

Therefore the sage desires what (other men) do not desire, and does
not prize things difficult to get; he learns what (other men) do not
learn, and turns back to what the multitude of men have passed by
Thus he helps the natural development of all things, and does not dare
to act (with an ulterior purpose of his own)





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